Wednesday, February 3, 2010

I'm on a quest...

What does yogurt have to do with photography. Nothing really.  I've only just resumed my blogging and I'm already hitting a brick wall in regards to scintillating photographic topics.  Heck, I'm even plagarizing myself as most of the contents from this post are lifted directly from my Dancing Monkey Jewelry Chronicles blog.  So, what's up with me?  Nothing, just general fatigure due to lots of late nights and early mornings. 

However, I digress and let's get back to the subject at hand:  Spega Yogurt -  Here's what's really on my mind right now - Spega Yogurt - specifically the little jars it comes in. How many of you are still with me? 

I'm on a mission (read: obsessed with) to find some empty jars. I just know there's this little cult following that buys this yogurt and either has kept the jars (because they're so cute but haven't a clue what to do with them) or have kept them because they know exactly what they want to do with them. Then there's the group that I fall into: I haven't bought the yogurt because no one sells it in Washington State and I would know what to do with those little jars once I consumed my yogurt. I have a little project in mind and those little jars would work quite nicely. If had some. Which I don't. Do you?

I'm willing to trade some hand-crafted sterling silver artisan earrings or a photography for some of these little yogurt jars - no matter the brand - French, Italian, England - it doesn't matter. Can somebody help me?  Let me know.

2 comments:

agraham26 said...

I love those little jars! I desperately want to find creative ways to reuse the ones I've hoarded away. Trader Joes in UP sold the imported yogurt in glass jars for a while, and then I think Metro had them, too. Not sure if they still do. My cache is extremely small and I don't think I'm willing to give up these little treasures! Good luck. I look forward to hearing what you do with them.

Dancing Monkey Jewelry said...

Agraham26: Here's what I'm going to do with the jars that I find - make recycled hanging glass lanterns which I will hang in my cherry tree this summer.

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